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The day was September 7th, 2013. The score was 16-21. That's the day I realized Al Golden will always be a better coach than Will Muschamp.
Goons belong in hockey.
1. Steve Spurrier
2. Nick Saban
3. Les Miles
4. Will Muschamp
5. Kevin Sumlin
6. Mark Richt
7. Gary Pinkel
8. James Franklin
9. Dan Mullen
10. Hugh Freeze
11. Gene Chizik
12. Joker Phillips
13. Derek Dooley
14. John L. Smith
Agree with Goldengator. SOS one of the top 3 SEC coaches of all time who totally changed the league with what they brought
to the table. Regarding the arguement that SOS didn't build programs like Saban. Saban has teflon though he a great DB/defense coach. With better defensive assistants I believe UF could've had at least one other MNC under SOS....and big giant ego doesn't push Steve to the NFL, his revolutionary changes would've landed him 4-5 more, imo, if he was still with us. During the 90's F$U had the best collection of talent and we had to settle for .500 ball with themI do like Saban's philosophy and Champ is tweaking his own version of Nick's genius.Nick saw what happened to SOS combined with his gasp at the Dolphins before running for the hills, and don't believe Nick will try that move again. And lastly, McCarron was a gift from God to Saban, because without him, despite all the hosses in the program, McC was perfect for what The Runt had to have his QB manage the offense.
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